Rebels shut out Braves 6-0 in mid-week tilt

Newest Rebel Jordan Gluck picked up his first shut-out with his team, leading Castlegar to a 6-0 win over the Spokane Braves

Tyler Robinson goes down on one knee looking to score against Spokane on Tuesday at the Castlegar Complex.

Newest Rebel Jordan Gluck picked up his first shut-out with his team, leading Castlegar to a 6-0 win over the Spokane Braves at the Community Complex on Tuesday.

Anthony Delong once again led the Rebels in scoring with two goals, while Diego Bartlett, Connor Bowen, Erik Alden and Brenden Heinrich added singles.

Rebel defenceman Braydon Horcoff picked up a fighting major and a game misconduct at 11:31 of the third period for scrapping with Brave Nick Redding.

Castlegar travels to Kelowna to play the Chiefs on Friday and return to town Saturday for a match-up against division rival Nelson.

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